So, digging 'round my parts...
I came across this ol' thing... (in the title)
(Maybe I'll upload some pictures, or maybe I'll do a tear-down...?)
This was inherited from an old buddy's buddy who passed away...
Quite literally the *only* information on the unit itself is:
- "The Pocket Logic Analyzer"
- "32 Channel, 100MHz" (?! 100MHz ?!)
- "Randall Engineering"
- a pinout for the bit-numbers (1-32)
- a pinout for "Clk A" and "Clk B"
Inside there's no silkscreening... just "Randall Engineering" and "1992" so I don't have much to go on... Oh, also, the word "slow" written in *three* locations, including *twice* on the FPGA marked -125 (MHz?! 1992?!)
But I do have a slightly-corrupted 3.5in Floppy Disk!
And I've managed to get the application "ana.exe" running, somewhat, with mouse support!
"Pre-Release Version: Feb 4, 1995, 21:31:31"
I don't know for sure, but I have a feeling the guy I inherited this from mighta been working in cahootz with this "Randall" guy for devel...
There're some saved-waveforms, but otherwise I can't get the device communicating.
Anyways, was working on my new PIC32s, but came across this and got sidetracked (and a little surprised at the 100MHz achieved in 1992 with a handful of SRAMs rated at 25ns, when I can't seem to achieve better'n 30MHz with an SDRAM)